The words below are some of the most important used when talking about the mind and mental processes. You'll find an example sentence for each word to help provide context.Once you've learned the use of these words, create a mind-map to help you remember the vocabulary in a creative way. Write a short paragraph to help you start using your new vocabulary.
The Mind - Verbs
You should analyze the situation very carefully.
Can you calculate large sums in your head?
Don't forget to take your computer with you.
I inferred that she wasn't feeling well from your conversation.
I've memorized many long roles in my love.
She finally realized that the answer was sitting right in front of her nose!
Peter recognized his friend from college.
Anna remembered to telephone Bob yesterday.
The Mind - Adjectives
Articulate people impress others with their use of words.
I have a brainy cousin who is an engineer for a company that makes airplanes.
Here child is very bright. She'll go far.
George is a gifted pianist. He'll make you cry!
If you're an imaginative person, you might write a book, or paint a picture.
I've had the honor to teach many intelligent people in my life.
The Mind - Other Related Words
The brain is a very sensitive organ.
Some people think it's best to not show any emotion. They're crazy.
Have you ever met a true genius? It's rather humbling.
Tom had a great idea last week. Let's ask him.
Use your intellect to solve the problem Mr. Holmes.
He has a wide knowledge of birds in North America.
Mr. Spock was famous for his use of logic.
I have a vague memory of that day. Remind me of what happened.
Focus your mind and let's begin class.
Verbal skills are an important party of his job.
She has an incredible talent for music.
I had a thought about the project. Can we talk?
The virtuoso played Liszt excellently.
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